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To think that there are some words that should be obliterated from the English language?

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peggotty Wed 12-Oct-11 10:38:19

Like 'snicker' for example, it makes me think of spotty American teens, or even worse, the bloody Twilight books where they were snickering all over the effing place. Whoever heard of a snickering vampire fgs?!

RedRubyBlue Wed 12-Oct-11 16:16:07

I don't like the word 'giggle'. Particularly if used by a man for some reason.

"We have a right old giggle".

Yuck!

GrimmaTheNome Wed 12-Oct-11 16:27:47

Yes, abolish snicker and then we can reclaim our right to Marathon bars.

bibbitybobbityhat Wed 12-Oct-11 16:28:27

yes but are you being unreasonable about what?

SayGhoulNowSayWitch Wed 12-Oct-11 16:31:24

"Lol". "Lol" should be obliterated from everything everywhere. It should burn in the fires of hell! It should be ripped limb from limb! It should be so far destroyed that no trace of it should ever be found!

<goes over the top>

And "Babygirl" <shudder>

As in teenage girls (and older I have heard) saying "Hey babygirl, are we going out for some alcopops tonight?"

<Feels better after cathartic rant>

RedRubyBlue Wed 12-Oct-11 16:33:17

I also don't like the word 'belly'. I prefer tummy which makes ordering in the butcher a tad embarassing but I don't like the word 'belly' so there.

GrimmaTheNome Wed 12-Oct-11 16:34:13

I refute the implication that 'lol' is a part of the English language.

RedRubyBlue Wed 12-Oct-11 16:35:33

With you there Grimma grin

I also dislike 'munch'. Now I have said those I shall stop hogging the thread.

GrimmaTheNome Wed 12-Oct-11 16:35:44

You couldn't have 'the soft undertummy of....' though.

SayGhoulNowSayWitch Wed 12-Oct-11 16:38:17

Grimma sadly I wish I could agree with you. But if language is defined by what we speak and what we write, then unfortunately it is part of English language. What really gets me is when people say it out loud. You can't just laugh? You have to say "lol"?

Oh and when I was younger I thought "belly" meant "willy" blush

hocuspontas Wed 12-Oct-11 16:44:12

Anyone mentioned panties yet? I winced just typing it.

BatmanLovesRobin Wed 12-Oct-11 17:03:18

Can't bear belly. Or gusset. Or clunge <sick face>

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